Muskar I was an early king of the slavic nation of Syldavia. Born with the name of Hveghi, he started a campaign in 1127 to drive out the Turks that occupied the country. Hveghi's forces emerged victorious at the battle of Zileheroum, effectively cementing Syldavian sovereignty. Hveghi was later declared King and took the title of "Muskar" (from Syldavian, Muskh: brave Kar: King). He then renamed Zileheroum Klow and establishing it as his capital. Muskar was a very wise king and ensured that his country remained at peace for the rest of his reign. He died in 1168, mourned by all. Power passed to his son, the ill-fated Muskar II.